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James Gerrish

The market was soft on open this morning giving back all the gains and them some implied by the SPI Futures on Friday (+20pts), however buyers stepped up to the plate largely focussing on the banking stocks ahead of the Hayne RC report which is just out – my initial... Show More

James Gerrish

Given the commentary from Jerome Powell (US Fed Chair) overnight, specifically around the trajectory of interest rates in the US (lower for longer) but more importantly the ability (and willingness) of the Fed to use unconventional measures to support the economy, trade in the US after the press conference and... Show More

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This week’s guest on the podcast is Rick Rule, President and CEO of natural resources specialists, Sprott US Holdings. According to Mining Journal, Rick is one of the top five most influential people in mining globally; an honour that he shares with President Xi Jinping and Donald Trump. Show More

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Alex Cowie

The chaos of reporting season makes a good case against markets being efficient. It will take weeks, if not months, to fully parse the recent data download of many hundreds of reports, and to also process views gleamed from the ensuing company roadshows. Reporting season can thus generate a long... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market fell back into negative territory in the afternoon as global investor support for the banks ran out. The local market has gone nowhere in the last 2 months…23 up days and 22 down days. RIO going ex div weighed on the materials sector. Property sector giants in SCG... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market had another cracker day on the back of better commodities and higher rates outlook. Commodities had another good night with Iron Ore leading the charge…Iron Ore up nearly 10% in two days. US dollar continues to fall after another Health Care fail supporting IMF call to downgrade US... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market ran into a brick wall with weak global sentiment, bond yields and currency. Time to stay on the sidelines and wait for some of the optimism to unravel and pick up the bargains for July recovery. The best performing sectors were Health Care, Utilities and Staples while the... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market jumped up on the global optimism and then faded slightly through the day. The best performers were Energy, Metals & Mining and Gold while Health Care, Staples and Retail were the worst performers. Since the start of Q2, we have had every trading Monday as a positive day... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market fell on the open and then made a surprise recovery on the back of global investors trying to find a home out of Japan. Local market was supported by Banks turning positive from negative during the day while the outperformers were Gold and Energy when the Miners were... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market gave up some ground in line with weak global sentiment, weak commodity prices, global central bank uncertainties and rising yields. Consumer Discretionary and Financials supported the market while Resources and large caps moving ex div took the market down. Click here for the full report... Show More